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Ever wanted to learn a few words and/or phrases in another language?  Want a fun way to learn while you play?  Then Lingo is for YOU!

Heavy duty playing cards with words and phrases in so many different languages.  Learning and fun for everyone.  These are great for play at home or on the go.  Tuck into your luggage and not only to you have a pack of cards for entertainment, but you have a mini language dictionary at the ready. Play just about any traditional card game with them. The language learning is just icing on the cake.

Lingo - Language Fun in a Box or Tin
“Each deck includes 54 translations essential for travelers who want to immerse themselves in the culture they’re exploring – from everyday greetings and introductions, to eating out, moving around, or finding a place to stay. Practical phrases are accompanied by easy-to-learn pronunciation.”

About Lingo

Original boxes of Playing Cards, Traveling Edition Tins of Playing Cards, Travel Maps, and Travel Notes.

 

These would make awesome little gifts to be included in a bon voyage basket, for a student traveling abroad, or hey…keep some on hand for last minute host/hostess gifts, stocking stuffers, or just a little something to brighten someones day! There are lots of languages to choose from.

  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • German
  • Te Reo Maori
  • Indonesian
  • Mandarin
  • French

Lingo - Language Learning Fun in a Box or Tin

And if you want something REALLY fun, what about learning a little slang? Test your knowledge and see how many you know.

  • Aussie Slang
  • British Slang
  • Kiwi Slang
Lingo - Language Learning Fun in a Box or Tin
British Slang “At its historical peak, the British Empire covered a quarter of Earth’s land area and King George V ruled over 23% of the global population. Despite these impressive statistics, the Brits’ most (in)famous achievement was the butchering and subversion of the very language they invented! Which is exactly why Lingo British Slang cards are a necessity. The next time you’re in ol’ Blighty and fancy a chinwag in the local boozer but have come up skint, these cards should help you get your hands on some plonk without looking as bent as a nine bob note. Cheers!” Aussie Slang “Ever overhear an Australian say something like “I was having a good old chin wag with me cobber, just piss-farting around”, and think WTF is this guy saying? With this deck of cards you’ll be able to make sense of the slang down under, and finally know what ‘fair dinkum’ really means. Who knows, you might even pick up a spunky sheila in the process.” Kiwi Slang “New Zealand aka En Zed aka Aotearoa aka Godzone – Kiwis are one of the best travelled populations on Earth. No matter how off the beaten path your favourite seaside holiday locale, you’re sure to have plenty of bros from Godzone to keep you company. Invite them to your bach and they’ll kick off their jandals at the door, wheel in the chilly bin and take the piss over a handle or two.”

And to keep track of your travels, Lingo offers Tyvek Journey Maps and Travel Notes for the beginner or seasoned traveler.

Lingo - Language Learning Fun in a Box or Tin
Travel Map “Mark your journey on this ultra-durable, expedition ready blank world map. Pen, marker & paint friendly, this map is constructed from the hardy Dupont Tyvek material. Its tear-resistant, machine washable and super lightweight. Ready for the patina of travel.” Travel Notes ” This hard-cover notebook is a great accompaniment to any backpacking, wanderlust adventure. Inside you’ll find 120 pages of ruled & blank and 24 pages of specialty travel. Featuring: world map knot guide expenses & splurges tally bucket & postcards lists translations boarding pass pigeonhole discreet inner sleeve elastic security strap page marker FSC paper 100% soy ink”

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Lingo – Language Learning Fun in a Box or Tin

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